r-HuEPO

r-HuEPO

epoetin (recombinant human erythropoietin).

r-HuEPO

abbreviation for recombinant human erythropoietin.
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Despite the routine use of r-HuEPO and its associated costs, variations in anemia management practices continue to exist.
This was the first study to evaluate the effectiveness of an algorithm, using darbepoietin alpha as the r-HuEPO of choice.
He has shown the clinical value of reticulocyte parameters in the setting of r-HuEPO use and in the diagnosis of iron deficiency in children.
Blood doping originally involved blood transfusions, and is now associated with the use of a drug called recombinant erythropoietin or r-HuEPO, to boost the production of red blood cells, increasing the amount of oxygen delivered to exercising muscles.
La r-HuEPO est une version recombinante ou de synthese (reproduite par genie genetique) de l'EPO.
Par consequent, il n'y a aucune garantie de succes a cibler une valeur d'Hb superieure aux recommandations actuelles entourant l'emploi de r-HuEPO jusqu'a ce que de nouvelles preuves viennent etayer son innocuite et son efficacite.
The use of r-HuEPO has quickly led to the understanding that an adequate iron supply is critical to obtaining a therapeutic response (4).
Another area that has very recently produced important new information for our understanding of basic iron metabolism and erythrocyte pathophysiology is that of the illicit use of r-HuEPO or similar drugs for blood doping of competitive athletes.
Clinical studies have demonstrated that adult patients receiving r-HuEPO one, two or three times weekly may be converted to Aranesp(R) with Q2W dosing.
What is the optimum frequency of administration of r-HuEPO for correcting anemia in hemodialysis patients?
The use of r-HuEPO is expanding rapidly, and new preparations with greater potency and longer half-lives are now on the market (8).
Blood doping originally involved blood transfusions, but is now associated with the use of a drug called recombinant (synthetic) erythropoietin or r-HuEPO, to boost the production of red blood cells, increasing the amount of oxygen delivered to exercising muscles.